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'Steal' The Card Game 2nd Edition
Players must steal cases from each other
Very good designed, fun game.
1066 The Battle of Hastings in 3D
The famous battle of Hastings
One of the more interesting Orders of Battle for Hastings. No cookie cutters here. The hexagon playing pieces drive me nuts, but, they are well done as is the map. I haven't read the rules yet.
1815 – Ligny (Napoleonic Warfare in 3D)
One of the final engagements for Napoleon
1815 – Waterloo (Napoleonic Warfare in 3D)
The Battle of Waterloo
1861 - 00 - Hoke’s Run (American Civil War in 3D)
A fictional prelude to the battle of First Manassas
I am new to War Gaming but I really like this game and with it's 3D map it's so much better than the other games I have tried.
1861 - 01 - First Manassas (American Civil War in 3D)
The first large encounter of the civill war at Bull Run
Fun game. Nice looking board. Great series.
1861 - 02 - Wilson’s Creek (American Civil War in 3D)
The Union make a surprise attack on the Confederates
Great components, clear rules, I really enjoy this series.
1862 - 03 - Fort Donelson (American Civil War in 3D)
General U.S. Grant laying siege to the Confederate held Fort Donelson
Another great addition to the series with a big battle, involving some naval units and associated rules. Really enjoyable game.
1862 - 04 - Pea Ridge (American Civil War in 3D)
The Confederates spent two days outflanking the entrenchments of the Union army to make a dawn strike
This is a great series and on some battles from the ACW I had not heard of. Keep them coming and I will buy them. Could the system be used for Napoleonic battles?
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